Hospice Halifax is a compassionate and supportive community of staff, volunteers, and donors dedicated to making dying and living as comfortable and as meaningful as possible at the end of life. Hospice palliative care means providing opportunities for patients and families to uniquely address practical, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs while preparing for the patient’s death. Every year, Hospice Halifax welcomes approximately 150 terminally ill patients facing the end of life, including vulnerable seniors, people living with physical disabilities, and people who are precariously housed.
What is Hospice Care?
“Thank you to everyone for making our mom’s last weeks comfortable and dignified. We truly couldn’t have asked for better care or nicer people” This is Hospice care
“Thank you to everyone at Hospice Halifax, especially the nurses who took such special care of our mom…You all went above and beyond what we could have ever imagined. The Hospice truly became our second home and we are so grateful for the time we spent there.” This is Hospice care.
“Thank you very much for being there when my mom was in need as well as not being there when we needed space. I have a newfound appreciation for how good you are for knowing what is sensitive and appropriate. You are all very good at what you do, and I appreciate how hard it is.” This is Hospice care.
“There are no words to express our gratitude. Thank you for transforming the worst time in our lives into something positive. Every single one of you went above and beyond.” This is Hospice care.
“In her own words they treated her like ‘royalty’ on this very difficult journey, all of the staff has become very special to her and to all who spent time there. You are doing amazing work and we will hold you in our hearts always. Thank you for always taking care of our girl and us.” This is Hospice care.